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Milestone Moment for AAPS’s Own, Laleh Bighash

We would like to congratulate our very own, Laleh Bighash, on her exciting invitation to be a member of the Minister’s Private Career College Advisory Committee. The Ministry of Training,…
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Regulatory Affairs Spotlight: How New Drug Development Works

Drug research is essential to helping medicine advance and finding new ways of fighting illness, but it is a long and complicated process. Just one in every 5,000 compounds that…
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Upcoming Workshop: HPLC for Food Analysis

AAPS is happy to announce a new two-day training course on January 23rd and January 30th focusing on HPLC for Food Analysis. Taught by Jason Chu, this course will discuss…
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5 Common Food Safety Myths Debunked

According to new research conducted during the ‘Food Safety Month’ of November, many people are increasing their chances of food poisoning by believing a number of dangerous food safety myths….
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Message from the Dean – Happy Holidays!

To all students, faculty and staff, The holiday season is a time of reflection and gratitude. As this year comes to an end, I have so much to be thankful…
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Laleh Bighash attends ASHP’s 50th midyear Clinical Meeting

In early December Laleh Bighash, AAPS’ Dean of Scientific Affairs, had the pleasure of attending ASHP’s 50th midyear Clinical Meeting. ASHP’s Midyear Clinical Meeting has become one of the largest…
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Trial By Twitter: The Growing Role Of Social Media In Clinical Research

According to recent studies, the average person spends just over an hour and a half on social media every day, and has approximately five different social media accounts. As a…
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Congratulations on Your Co-op Placements!

Congratulations go out to all AAPS students who have successfully secured co-op placements in the New Year. The experiences you will gain from these positions are tremendously valuable alongside your…
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5 Illnesses That Can Be Relieved Using Marijuana For Medical Purposes

From relieving the pain of multiple sclerosis patients to helping control epileptic seizures, check out this blog to learn about some of the uses of marijuana for medical purposes.

What New U.S. Laws Mean For the Food Safety & Quality Control Industry

You may not think of vegetables when you think ‘Obama administration,’ but it’s a fact: the past eight years of federal governance in the U.S. have seen the country’s biggest…
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